Colorado Springs – The Waldo Canyon fire has impacted a number of Post Offices, stations and routes. Today, because of the lifting of restrictions, some areas will see the resumption of full mail delivery service.
NEW: If you receive mail out of Rockrimmon Station, 80919/80949, the office has reopened and carriers are making limited deliveries. Some areas remain closed and that mail will be available for pickup at the Rockrimmon Station. For specific questions, call (719) 266-8216.
NEW If you receive mail in the Cedar Heights area, ZIP 80904, normal mail delivery will return today. The office is open and retail services are operational.
Additionally, all operations out of the Air Force Academy, 80840, North End Station, 80907, and Kissing Camel area, 80904, have returned to normal
CONTINUING: The Woodland Park Post Office, 80863/80866 and the Green Mountain Falls Post Office 80819 have been relocated to Divide, CO, 66 S. Hybrook Rd. Hours of service are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., phone (719) 687-5187.
CONTINUING: If you live in Cascade, CO, 80809, mail pickup will be at the Colorado Springs, West End Retail Unit, located at 204 S 25th St 80904. Hours are 8:30-5:30, phone 719-473-6513.
Future delivery decisions will be made after consulting with local emergency managers.
Customers who’s homes have been impacted by the fire can file a change of address
Electronic change of addresses can be filed online at http://www.usps.com or by calling 1-800-ASK-USPS. (1-800-275-8777). Change of Address forms are also available at area Post Offices.
Postal officials are advising evacuees to file a change of address even if they are going to be at their current temporary location for a brief time. They will be able to file additional changes as they move to longer term locations.
If you need a safe and secure delivery point, consider renting a Post Office Box, available at all area Post Offices.
If there are further questions about your specific address, please call the appropriate number above for assistance.
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